Laura Trevino is a principal of Bureau V. Prior to joining Bureau V in 2011, Laura founded the design studio LET-Design, worked as a consultant for the State Agency for Urban Planning of Nuevo Leon, Mexico (APDUNL), and was a project manager at Asymptote Architecture.
Notable projects of LET-Design include Bravisto Cabo Heights, a 250,000 sq. ft. residential development in Los Cabos, Mexico, the Sebastian + Barquet Gallery renovation in New York City, and a finalist entry for the Mexican Pavilion for Expo Shanghai in 2010. Amongst the projects Laura managed at Asymptote Architecture are the Colegio Civil Masterplan and office towers in Monterrey, the international competition winning Budapest Bank Towers in Hungary, the Mutiara Hotel Retail Complex in Penang, Malaysia, and a series of product and furniture design projects for clients like the Zumtobel, Alessi, Knoll, and the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation.
Laura holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey and a Master of Science Degree in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. She is a licensed architect in New York State and in Mexico.